WIthout announcing anything new or remotely different than other crappy social media sites, LawBubbler unveiled its new social media offering last week.
An Alabama lawyer has received one of the top legal awards for professional excellence because of extensive tweeting, a bar association trade magazine reported Wednesday.
A group of caveman lawyers has filed a grievance with the American Bar Association over comments made at the ABA Tech Show that they said were “insensitive, unwarranted, and inaccurate.”
A new social media site promises to let lawyers know when their former law school classmates are “kicking their asses in career advancement,” according to the site’s founders.
An innovative mid-size law firm in Austin, Texas, has decided to “bite the bullet” and join an estimated 900 million people worldwide engaged in social media, a press release from the firm announced on Tuesday. Garland, Jacoby and Fleiss, P.A., a 58-attorney employment law boutique firm, said that it had studied the issue extensively before […]
Republican Senators in Wisconsin have authorized the purchase of Quora, a popular social media site, in an effort to find a quorum and end the political stalemate over collective bargaining rights for state public employees.